Society

The problem with TikTok alpha males

Self-professed “alphas” like Andrew Tate are racking up millions of views on the platform, as they dish out the worst dating advice, like, ever, while wearing terrible suits. Don’t listen to any of it.

How to stand against immigration raids in the UK

From frequent immigration raids to the failed Rwanda flight, not a day goes by without gut-wrenching news about the UK’s asylum and immigration system. Here’s how you can play your part to resist.

Paul Pogba: what went wrong?

As the gifted footballer – the game’s first real influencer – leaves Manchester United as a free agent, we look back at his troubled spell in the club.

Chris Smalls: there is power in a union

Unionising in America is a battle, but it’s even harder when you’re up against Jeff Bezos. In April, Chris Smalls made history when he led workers in Staten Island to vote to form the country’s first Amazon union.

How could we make a better internet?

For too long, the World Wide Web has been shaped by tech capitalists in California. A non-toxic, ad-free digital world is possible – but how do we get there?

For Justin Fashanu, tomorrow never came

There has still not been another openly gay Black footballer since Justin Fashanu. Twenty-four years on from his death, the one thing that resonates most strongly throughout his story is the silence.

Generation Covid: Helmsdale

“I thought: ‘This is the Highlands, it’s so rural and we have such a low population, we won’t get it here.’ But now everyone’s got it.” THE FACE visits the far north of Scotland, to investigate the pandemic’s impact in Britain’s remotest corners.

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